I know a lot of readers have been waiting to find out who won the Go books in our recent competitions. In November 2011, we gave away four Go books to mark the opening of our new Go shop. There was a public competition, and also a second competition that was only open to newsletter subscribers.
Nolan Bushnell (founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese's) gave an interview in which he described his favorite game. He does not describe any game his company made or one following, but one that originated 3000 years ago in China.
The three Meijin tournaments have continued in Asia and history has been made. On September 20, 2011, 7 dan amateur player Cho Insun defeated Park Jeonggeun (4p) in the Myeongin tournament and won himself a promotion to professional 1 dan! This is the first time a Korean amateur has become pro in this way, because it has only been possible to do so for a short time. Read more in the article.
I arrived in Shanghai in the evening of June 21, 2011. Two weeks have already passed since the Shanghai Go Camp started, and the time has gone by so quickly. Everything so far has been very nice. It looks like the tough part will start now.
This game is from a preliminary match in the 16th Samsung Cup, between Joanne Missingham (5p) and Park Jieun (9p). These two played a game in the final of the Bingsheng Cup last September (2010), and Park won that game to take the title.
Fourteen years after Deep Blue stole Garry Kasparov’s crown — and in the wake of Watson’s triumph on the classic game show Jeopardy — some of the world’s top computer scientists are still struggling to best top-level players in the simple board game called Go.
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